|Shekhinah: The Presence - Joseph Zitt|
"Shekhinah (sh'-khee-nah): the presence of God in Jewish mysticism, seen as an independent female being with an intimate connection to both divinity and humanity." A dance/theater performance piece from 1992 incorporating movement, music, text, and light.
Keywords: judaism; kabbalah; mysticism; jewish; goddess; dance; shekhina; shechina; shechinah; shekhina; shekinah
|Shekhinah: The Presence (Score) - Joseph Zitt|
Selections from the score of the 1992 dance/theatre work Shekhinah: The Presence, as first performed in Austin, Texas. With the exception of environmental sounds captured in "Jerusalem Circuit", the sounds consist entirely of human voices, sampled and processed.
Keywords: shekhinah; judaism; kabbalah; voices; liturgy; shekina; shekinah; shekhina; shechina; shechinah
|Kirtan Jah - Smaller Portions - Rafi Simcha|
I've divided up the various tunes we've done into smaller chunks, between 5 and 8 minutes long. Enjoy! The explanatory / attunment material has been deleted from these audio files to save space, but at the live events we explain the meanings of the words and establish a meditative awareness around the singing. This selection also now includes "Bar Yochai," the song eulogizing the author of the Zohar...
Keywords: kirtan jewish chanting call and response chant hebrew meditation bar yochai mah yakar chasdecha shekhina kadosh denver kedusha keertan music prayer psalms
|Four World Meditation - Rafi Simcha|
Curate note: Religion and Spirituality. Updated March, 2009 The Four World Meditation is a combination learning / healing / visualization experience that is based on the Kabbalistic Tree of the Sefirot, but it is not limited to Jewish philosophy. It includes quotes from William Blake, the Tibetan Book of the Dead, the Tao te Ching, Aldous Huxley, Navajo Blessingway rites, and the Prophet Ezekiel. Also included are affirmations for healing, prosperity, social and physical health, and good governm...
Keywords: healing meditation breathwork pranayama yoga Kabbalah sefirot affimations shekhina harmonium jewish hebrew judaic tibetan bells singing bowls breath affirmations ana b'koach genesis prayer curandero visualization manifestation process
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|Aish Kodesh 03/03/2011 Pikudei Shekelem - Henoch Dov Hoffman, Tsivya|
March 3, 2011 Pikudei Shekelem Derech HaMelech: Purim and Simcha The Aish Kodesh is writing a commentary on the prayers we say on Friday night. ‘Just as they all six sepherot’without the attachment of evil’.the secret of Oneness’the Oneness below paralleling the Oneness above’. Her face glows with heavenly light’.blessing Her with simcha and with radiant faces. [K’Gavna Dayinun] What does that mean to anyone? Student: The consummation of the relationship of the Jewish people and G*...
Keywords: Friday night prayers; kegavna; k'gavna; Shekhina; Oneness; ahavas Yisrael; life force; extra soul; hollow joy; hallow joy; triads; triangles; sapir; kar; metaphor; go down; go up; waters below; cold random happening; heavy; Esther; worries; jumping; drinking parties